Academics are pushing the boundaries of cell phone technology beyond calling, messaging and Internet access.
By Tim Greene
From artists to U.S. soldiers, more professionals than ever are using the iPhone and iPod Touch to get important jobs done. Here's a look at five ways the iPhone gets down to business on campus, on the battlefield, and beyond.
Apple unveiled its latest smartphone offerings this week, in the form of two new devices: the 16GB and 32GB iPhone 3G S. That's all fine and good for Apple fanatics; you can have your spiffed up iPhones. Here are eight more devices we like just as much - or more - than Cupertino's new mobile wares.
Will the Palm Pre be the last in a storied line of products, or will it mark the beginning of a new era for the once and former Palm, Inc.?
The world's foremost handset manufacturers showed off their latest and greatest wares at the international CTIA Wireless 2009 event in Las Vegas. CIO.com hit the show floor hard to bring you images and details on the hottest new and upcoming smartphones that may earn a home in your pocket.
We scoured the Web for the world's wackiest USB-powered gadgets to dress up and differentiate your desktop or cubicle - and
annoy entertain coworkers. These 20 gizmos, from cubicle stink-busters to toasters that print the morning news on your breakfast, could lower the stress quotient at even the highest-pressure offices.
The origins of iconic tech products. High-tech hotels. The top 10 cities for tech workers. The silliest BlackBerry accessories. Get it all right here and much, much more.